School Improvement

Freeman Continuous Improvement Process (CIP)

Freeman Public Schools has two committees that work towards continuous improvement. There is a staff CIP committee that meets monthly and a community CIP committee that meets a minimum of twice a year with the staff committee and the Board of Education.  These committees meet to determine the school goals, discuss issues, develop plans, and make recommendations to the administration and Board of Education to continually make Freeman Public Schools an outstanding PreK-12 school.

Our focus:

  • Builds on existing efforts to improve student achievement
  • Encourages a continuous process
  • Integrates activities and programs
  • Incorporates researched practices (Effective Schools)
  • Uses the rubric for school improvement developed by Nebraskans for Nebraskans
  • Identifies strategies for targeting areas of low-performance

 

CIP Staff Meeting Dates

 

All Meetings are at 7:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted

 

  • September 5, 2018
  • October 3, 2018
  • November 7, 2018
  • November 26th and 27th, 2018
  • December 5, 2018
  • January 9, 2019 (unless we can slip a meeting in during Jan.4 inservice)
  • February 6, 2019
  • March 6, 2019
  • April 3, 2019
  • May 8, 2019 (if needed)

CIP Committee Members

CIP Staff Members

  • Teri Nieveen, Chairman
  • Randy Page, Superintendent
  • Jeremy Schroeder, Secondary Principal
  • Erin Sieh, Elementary Principal
  • Sandy Renken
  • Danelle Evers
  • Becky Jobman
  • Aimee Parde
  • Vicki Kelly
  • Lisa Riha
  • Tony Jensen
  • Lindsey Israelson
  • Jamie O’Connor
  • Ross Rumsey

CIP Community Members

  • Greg Robinson
  • Janie Jantzen
  • Kelly Lenners
  • Lisa Delhay
  • Marcella Rademacher
  • Mary Gramann
  • Roger Smidt
  • VeAnn Jurgens
  • Brock Kastanek
  • Laura Fikar
  • Stephanie Mencl
  • Kendra Jantzen
  • Deb Johansen
  • Tim Sieh
  • Kenny Reed

Our Vision Statement

External Visit Committees

Purpose & Direction

  • Chair–Teri Nieveen
  • Staff–Scott Anderson, Tina Andreasen, Jim McLaughlin, Lindsey Israelson, Jen Alberts
  • Board of Education–Mike Klein
  • Students–
  • Community–VeAnn Jurgens, Roger Smidt

Governance & Leadership

  • Chair–Jamie O’Connor
  • Staff–JD Dalrymple, Bob Floth, Amy Ludwig, Ross Rumsey, Marcy Marker, Marcy VanEngen
  • Board of Education–Anthony Meints
  • Students–
  • Community–Brock Kastanek, Kenny Reed

Teaching For Learning (3.1-3.5)

(Includes District Goal #1–All students will improve their learning comprehension and vocabulary skills across the curriculum.)

  • Chair–Danelle Evers
  • Staff–Becky Jobman, Travis Andreasen, Laura Ideus, Dayna Anderson, Sandy Renken, Erin Sieh,Danielle Fulcher
  • Board of Education–Marcelle Rademacher
  • Students–
  • Community–Kendra Jantzen, Laura Fikar, Jina Hoak

Assessing for Learning (3.6-3.12)

  • Chair–Aimee Parde
  • Staff–Jen Kastanek, Rhonda Niles, Mike Yates, Lindsay Sedlacek, Lisa Delhay, Laurie Dorn, Sammie Garton
  • Board of Education–Doug Parde
  • Students–
  • Community–Stephanie Mencl, Debbie Johansen, Kelly Lugenbeel

Resources & Support Systems

(Includes District Goal #3–Students and staff will utilize technology to improve learning and instruction across the curriculum.)

  • Chair–Vicki Kelly
  • Staff–Tony Jensen, Randy Page, Robin Sugden, Aaron Delhay, Marshall Payer, Shirley Yates
  • Board of Education–Chad Harms
  • Students–
  • Community–Kelly Lenners, Janie Jantzen

Using Results For Continuous Improvement

(Includes District Goal #2–All students will increase their respect for others, adults and property.)

  • Chair–Lisa Riha
  • Staff–Theron Troxel, Kary Archer, Abby Heusman, Jeremy Schroeder, Angela Hiskett, Kristin Kroeker
  • Board of Education–Myron Schoen
  • Students–
  • Community–Mary Gramann, Greg Robinson, Tim Sieh